Sean, I don’t know what the Nomad collet looks like, but I’m sure it’s not the same as the Dewalt so you would have to remanufacture it.Note that if you use my plan, please review it thoroughly. When I did the front side, I cut the center deep into the wasteboard. I then inserted a spare collet into the wasteboard cutout and flipped the fan to do the backside. That was how I handled aligned for the two-side cuts. You might not want to have it do that.
Will, it does indeed blow dust all over the place, but there’s none in the cutting path. I don’t particularly care about dust because the CNC is in its own room. And I have another “mod” that makes dust collection nearly impossible.
I made an adapter to mount a DeWalt random orbit sander into the spindle. Because I do a lot (and I mean a lot) of sanding of the same product going from 120 grit up to 4000 grit, it can take an hour’s worth of sanding to finish a surface. Doing that by hand leads to tennis elbow. So I built the adapter and mount the sander to the spindle mount. I programmed a nice spiral path to go around the round table top at a very slow speed. The sander starts from the center, goes to the outside edge and then back to the center and retracts so I can change to the next grit. No dust shoe is probably going to work, so dust is something I have to deal with manually. This turns the machine into a Sandoko or CNSand.